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    a problem you likely won't have, if you have a tablet-computer, is latency

    I tried a wifi tablet once, but no joy.. can't get my head round the stroke appearance on screen lagging behind the physcial action, even by a small amount; and it makes sound sync a bit of a nightmare; maybe why my cintiq pro does not have the option...

    parallax on the otherhand [offset of the line from the stylus point] is something to watch out for



    in the tub some devices are water resistant, or claim to be; my samsung phone is pretty good in that regard, can take pictures under cold water, never tried hot and don't intend to... anyway i much prefer a shower...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wizard509 View Post
    My laptop is an HP, lighted keyboard,wireless stylus and can double as graphics tablet, I like it better than my Wacom.
    the connection between stylus and computer is not really an issue; I was more thinking of a tablet and seperate computer going through the local network/router
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    is it true that we stand on the very edge of an abyss?
    no,of couse not - we used to, but since then we have taken a great step forward...
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    ArtRager and long time Wacom user here too.

    Hardly any problems with Wacom's, but then I've not tried anything else to compare.

    Most of the current alternatives look pretty good, but personally I would also avoid pens with batteries.

    Here's pretty much the last AR (ink pen) sketch I did. Second image used watercolours and grungy overlay shenanigans.

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    Jon (Jono) Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 19.0.0.64329 DL x64 May 19 2022

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    I've got artrage, but it falls into the catagory of not often used; if I digitally paint I prefer corel painter which i have been using since it was macromedia fractal design painter, again 20 years ago...

    ernie that is an excellent representation
    nice one jono - do you play? I can't remember
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    is it true that we stand on the very edge of an abyss?
    no,of couse not - we used to, but since then we have taken a great step forward...
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    Here is an other drawing I does in ArtRage. After I thought better it will be as a vector drawing,
    but lazy as I am I vectorize it in Inkscape. It's faster then redraw it in Xara.

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    way to go
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    is it true that we stand on the very edge of an abyss?
    no,of couse not - we used to, but since then we have taken a great step forward...
    Wyrd bi ful ard

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    Quote Originally Posted by handrawn View Post
    I've got artrage, but it falls into the catagory of not often used;
    nice one jono - do you play? I can't remember
    (ArtRage) Same here, the image I posted was from August last year!

    (Chess piece) I’ve tried in the past but I don’t think I’m wired up for it. I like the idea and quite envious of those who do. There seems to be an active club that play at Hull library.

    Ernie, that vespa drawing is great.
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    Jon (Jono) Xara Photo & Graphic Designer 19.0.0.64329 DL x64 May 19 2022

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    used to play a lot way back in the day when george 3 took all night to do anything at all... not so much now...
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    is it true that we stand on the very edge of an abyss?
    no,of couse not - we used to, but since then we have taken a great step forward...
    Wyrd bi ful ard

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    what a lovely little scooter...

 

 

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